This is a family project that took several years of historical research.
We aim to disseminate and preserve the Comechingon Culture.
We would please that our visitors move in time to a Comechingon village as if they were really in the sixteenth century.
Contributing to not lose the values of this civilization that the passage of time has left almost hidden and exposed in ancient art forms in the mountains, in some local traditions and archaeological findings, but would inevitably be lost forever if we spread and raise awareness among our visitors and future generations that these people lived and died for their beliefs and defend their way of life style, and part of that culture is part of our customs.
We emphasize that everything was done seriously and with great respect for native cultures. The content and text displayed in the park have historical and archaeological grounds, as it was used as a basis of Antonio Serrano's work who was an authority on the subject, an archaeologist and Director of the Ethnographic Museum of Cordoba in the 40th years.